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The Daily Princetonian

Football News and Notes

Tonight is a big night for football head coach Roger Hughes. After several weeks of spring training, the new Tiger coach will take command of the orange and black from the sidelines for the first time in a game situation.Princeton will have an intrasquad game this evening at the Princeton University Stadium at 6:00 pm.

SPORTS | 04/19/2000

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Galicinao throws a perfect game against Penn, but softball splits two doubleheaders against the Quakers and Cornell

Few things are perfect in sports ? Don Larsen's pitching in Game Five of the 1956 World Series; Christian Laettner's 10-for-10 shooting against Kentucky in the quarterfinals of the 1992 NCAA Tournament.As rare as perfection is in the sports world at large, it is just as rare in Princeton sports.

SPORTS | 04/16/2000

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Men's lax hopes to avoid upset bug against Harvard

For a team with perennial national championship aspirations, such as men's lacrosse, the progress of other national powerhouses must always be followed.This week saw major developments beyond Old Nassau with the breakdown of the old guard and the introduction of a new disorder in the college lacrosse landscape.In the first half of the season, two teams ? Syracuse and Virginia ? clearly separated themselves from the masses below.

SPORTS | 04/13/2000

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No. 2 women's lacrosse to take on Crimson without Simone

When you are one of the top teams in the country, there is no time to relax.Even while compiling a gaudy 10-1 record so far this season, the women's lacrosse team is not satisfied with its play going into tomorrow's contest with Harvard in Cambridge, Mass.After a series of impressive wins over top teams to start the season, Princeton has been inconsistent recently, following up a 17-5 thrashing of Delaware with two sloppy wins over Yale and Temple.

SPORTS | 04/13/2000